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October West Clips 2017 Results
« on: January 31, 2018, 06:20 PM »
Judges

The Canadian Press

Doug Ives- Photo Editor
Giordano Ciampini- Photo Editor
Andrew Vaughan- Photographer


Photographers-17
Feature-49
News-17
Sports-34
Spot News- 18
Portrait-30
Multi-Photo- 9 entries/96 photos



FEATURE

Comments: Really beautiful images, a lot to choose from - strong composition, sharp focus and contrast. 

1. Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press

Andrew Clark plays basketball in the atrium of the Woodward's building on a mural placed on the ground to mark World Sight Day, in Vancouver, B.C., on Tuesday October 17, 2017.

2. Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press

A man is suspended off the side of a new hotel and casino while working on the windows in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday October 7, 2017.

3. Kevin Light/Freelance

A paddle boarder makes their way along the shores of Spiral Beach in Victoria, British Columbia Canada on October 8th, 2017.

H.M. Yasmin Mayne/Cochrane Eagle

Nova Braun, 4, puts on a puppet show about a prince and a princess during this year's Book Bash Canadian Children's Literature Festival at the Cochrane Public Library on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017.

H.M. John Lucas/Freelance

13 year old Owen Clements catches some big air at the Red Willow Skate Park In St. Albert on Tuesday Oct. 3, 2017.

H.M. Kevin Light/Freelance

A welder fixes a ramp on a BC Ferry at Point Hope Maritime Shipyard in Victoria, British Columbia Canada on October 11th, 2017.



NEWS

Comments: The winners show that creativity and thoughtful composition can over come the news event itself.

1. Leah Hennel/Calgary Herald

Mayor Naheed Nenshi speaks to the crowds at the National on Monday October 16, 2017 during election night.

2. Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press

Aline LaFlamme, who is Metis, sings and plays a drum during a rally outside Federal Court where a hearing about the Kinder Morgan Trans Mountain pipeline expansion is taking place, in Vancouver, B.C., on Monday October 2, 2017. The hearing which began Monday consolidates numerous lawsuits filed by seven First Nations applicants, the cities of Burnaby and Vancouver, the Raincoast Conservation Foundation, and the Living Oceans Society, which claim the National Energy Board’s approval process was flawed and First Nations weren’t adequately consulted.

3. Liam Richards/The Canadian Press

 People walk during the annual Sisters in Spirit walk and vigil hosted by Iskwewuk Ewichiwitochik (Women Walking Together) on 1st Avenue North in downtown Saskatoon, SK on Wednesday, October 4, 2017.


SPORTS

Comments: Reflexes, following the play, anticipating play, the cropping, the composition all factors in these images.

1. Michelle Berg/The Star Phoenix

Regina Thunder's Victor St. Pierre jumps over Saskatoon Hilltops' Garth Knittig during the Prairie Football Conference final at SMF Field in Saskatoon on October 22, 2017.

2. Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press

Calgary Flames' Johnny Gaudreau, left, falls to the ice while on a breakaway as Vancouver Canucks' Michael Del Zotto watches while skating to catch up during the first period of an NHL hockey game in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday October 14, 2017.

3. Michelle Berg/The Star Phoenix

Saskatoon Hilltops' Colton Holmes tackles Regina Thunder's Levi Paul during the Prairie Football Conference final at SMF Field in Saskatoon on October 22, 2017.



PORTRAIT

Comments: Can be hard to tell a story with one image but the photographer usually has the control to tell the story with their vision. The subject needs to be the focus of course but the environment/background is also a factor.

1. Leah Hennel/Calgary Herald

Former police officer Jennifer Magnus poses for a photo in on Tuesday October 31, 2017.  Magnus spoke out about the service’s culture following allegations of bullying, harassment and abuse within the force.

2. Leah Hennel/Calgary Herald

Canadian hurdler Phylicia George is trying to make the Olympic team as Kaillie Humphries' partner in search of a third straight gold medal in PyeongChang in February.

3. Daniel Crump/Freelance

Alexander Grant poses for a photo. Grant felt fairly isolated from healthy male influences during junior high and also experienced homophobic bullying. He believes these experiences, as well as his faith, strongly contributed to his masculine identity, which he describes as “110% different from others.” October 16, 2017.

H.M. Yasmin Mayne/Cochrane Eagle

Ayde Meredith poses for a portrait before his fight in the Alberta Sub-Novice Tournament hosted by Rival Boxing Gym at the Cochrane Lions Club event centre in Cochrane on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017.

H.M. Chad Hipolito/The Globe and Mail

Flytographer CEO Nicole Smith is photographed near her office at Market Square in downtown Victoria, B.C., on Tuesday, October 31, 2017.



SPOT NEWS

Comments:Right place at the right time - sometimes it’s the ability to see a feature in the chaos.

1. Michelle Berg/The Star Phoenix

Crews work to off-load ammonia gas from a semi-truck that has rolled on its side on College Drive between Circle Drive and Central Ave in Saskatoon on October 12, 2017.

2. Liam Richards/Saskatoon StarPhoenix

Saskatoon Police and firefighter are on the scene of a collision between a semi-tractor unit and the Circle Drive East overpass  at Hwy 11, (south entrance/exit) in Saskatoon, SK on Friday, October 20, 2017.

3. Tijana Martin/The Lethbridge Herald

A local volunteer helps put out hot spots late into the evening after a grassfire broke out near Moon River Estates, west of Lethbridge on Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017 

H.M. David Bloom/Edmonton Sun

Firefighters work to stabilize a paving machine before they are able to remove the body, at the scene of a fatal workplace accident at the South Haven Cemetery, 5004 Meridian St., in Edmonton Thursday Oct. 26, 2017.

H.M. Shane MacKichan/For Postmedia Inc.

Firefighters responded to a fully engulfed SUV shortly after a double shooting on Oct 27th. It is believed that the suspects drove a short distance and torched this vehicle before fleeing in another.


MULTI-PHOTO

Comments: Sounds easy but it is not. It is in the editing, keeping each image strong enough to tell part of the story.

1.Darryl Dyck/The Globe and Mail

A worker pulls one end of a boom while harvesting cranberries at Hopcott Farms in Pitt Meadows, B.C., on Friday October 20, 2017. It will take two to three weeks to completely harvest the five bogs on the farm with an expected yield of approximately 450,000 kilograms of cranberries.


Workers harvest cranberries at Hopcott Farms in Pitt Meadows, B.C., on Friday October 20, 2017.


A worker walks in a flooded bog while harvesting cranberries at Hopcott Farms in Pitt Meadows, B.C., on Friday October 20, 2017. The third generation farm was purchased by Travis Hopcott's grandfather in 1932 for $9,000.


A worker harvests cranberries at Hopcott Farms in Pitt Meadows, B.C., on Friday October 20, 2017. The cranberry plant is a perennial vine and grows every year without needing to be replanted.


Travis Hopcott uses a machine to beat cranberries off vines during harvest at Hopcott Farms in Pitt Meadows, B.C., on Friday October 20, 2017. The bogs are flooded to a depth of approximately 18cm and a machine is used to beat the fruit off the vines. They then flood with an additional 30cm of water and the berries float to the surface and booms are used to corral them to one area of the bog where they then get pumped into a truck and delivered to Ocean Spray for processing.


Workers harvest cranberries at Hopcott Farms in Pitt Meadows, B.C., on Friday October 20, 2017.


Workers walk in a flooded bog while harvesting cranberries at Hopcott Farms in Pitt Meadows, B.C., on Friday October 20, 2017. The lower mainland of British Columbia produces 20 percent of the world's cranberries.


Workers harvest cranberries at Hopcott Farms in Pitt Meadows, B.C., on Friday October 20, 2017.


A worker washes his hands during a lunch break while harvesting cranberries at Hopcott Farms in Pitt Meadows, B.C., on Friday October 20, 2017.


Workers pull booms while harvesting cranberries at Hopcott Farms in Pitt Meadows, B.C., on Friday October 20, 2017.


A worker ties off a rope attached to a boom as others wait to take a lunch break together while harvesting cranberries at Hopcott Farms in Pitt Meadows, B.C., on Friday October 20, 2017.


A worker holds cranberries in his hands while harvesting them at Hopcott Farms in Pitt Meadows, B.C., on Friday October 20, 2017.

2. Yasmin Mayne/Cochrane Eagle

Mohammad Faizan Dar, 9, warms up before his fight in the Alberta Sub-Novice Tournament hosted by Rival Boxing Gym at the Cochrane Lions Club event centre in Cochrane on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017.


Sonny Meredith gets a pep talk from his coach between rounds during his fight in the Alberta Sub-Novice Tournament hosted by Rival Boxing Gym at the Cochrane Lions Club event centre in Cochrane on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017.


Sonny Meredith takes a swing at his opponent during his fight in the Alberta Sub-Novice Tournament hosted by Rival Boxing Gym at the Cochrane Lions Club event centre in Cochrane on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017.


Stacey Poffenroth warms up before her fight in the Alberta Sub-Novice Tournament hosted by Rival Boxing Gym at the Cochrane Lions Club event centre in Cochrane on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017.


Ayde Meredith poses for a portrait before his fight in the Alberta Sub-Novice Tournament hosted by Rival Boxing Gym at the Cochrane Lions Club event centre in Cochrane on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017.


Alexander Reed mops up his bloody nose after losing his fight during the Alberta Sub-Novice Tournament hosted by Rival Boxing Gym at the Cochrane Lions Club event centre in Cochrane on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017.


Judges watch the Alberta Sub-Novice Tournament hosted by Rival Boxing Gym at the Cochrane Lions Club event centre in Cochrane on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017.


3. Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press

People in costumes play music while marching during the Parade of Lost Souls in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday October 28, 2017. The annual event which is inspired by the Day of the Dead encourages participants to join the procession through the streets of East Vancouver in costume and remember family and friends who have departed.


A woman watches as people in costumes play music while marching during the Parade of Lost Souls in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday October 28, 2017. The annual event which is inspired by the Day of the Dead encourages participants to join the procession through the streets of East Vancouver in costume and remember family and friends who have departed.


A young boy plays in a school bus filled with plastic ball pit balls, during the Parade of Lost Souls in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday October 28, 2017.


Thomas Proietti, dressed as the video game character Mario, plays in a school bus filled with plastic ball pit balls, during the Parade of Lost Souls in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday October 28, 2017.


A creation made by an artist towers above people during the Parade of Lost Souls in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday October 28, 2017. The annual event which is inspired by the Day of the Dead encourages participants to join the procession through the streets of East Vancouver in costume and remember family and friends who have departed.


A woman dressed as a witch participates in the Parade of Lost Souls in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday October 28, 2017. The annual event which is inspired by the Day of the Dead encourages participants to join the procession through the streets of East Vancouver in costume and remember family and friends who have departed.


People dressed in costumes dance during the Parade of Lost Souls in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday October 28, 2017.


Women spin light-up hula-hoops while marching during the Parade of Lost Souls in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday October 28, 2017.


A woman dressed as Linda Blair's character from the movie The Exorcist attends the Parade of Lost Souls in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday October 28, 2017.


Michael Jonckheere stands under a red light while dressed as a magician during the Parade of Lost Souls in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday October 28, 2017.


In this six-panel photograph, people are seen in costumes while attending the Parade of Lost Souls in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday October 28, 2017.



2017 CURRENT STANDINGS:                      MONTH…TOTAL


1. Darryl Dyck/Freelance…210…1940
2. Leah Hennel/Calgary Herald…90…1100
3. Kevin Light/Freelance…40…750
4. Michelle Berg/The Star Phoenix...130...560
5. Jeff Mcintosh/The Canadian Press…0…460
6. David Bloom/Edmonton Sun…10…420
7. Chad Hipolito/Freelance…10…340
8. Liam Richards/Saskatoon StarPhoenix…40...320
9. Ben Nelms/Freelance…0…300
10. Ian Martens/Lethbridge Herald…0…230
11. John Lucas/Freelance…10…170
12.  Shane MacKichan/Freelance…10…170
13. Jay Wallace/Freelance…0…100
14. Tijana Martin/The Lethbridge Herald…30…100
15. Yasmin Mayne/Cochrane Eagle…60…100
16. Kayle Neis/Saskatoon StarPhoenix…0…80
17. Crystal Schick/Moose Jaw Times-Herald…0…80
18. Nick Didlick/Freelance…0…40
19. Daniel Crump/Freelance…30…30









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